On May 20th, a very popular Republican legislator publicly called out the Dictator on Facebook. In the scathing post, Baldasaro tagged Chris Sununu’s public and personal profiles (they are Facebook friends).
When my wife got home, a DCYF social worker called her demanding a visit to inspect our home and interview our 2-year-old without the parents. I told this Social Worker, “I reject your offer to contract with me, the State has no jurisdiction in this matter, I charge $50k per hour for each hour of my time you consume, and to Cease and Desist.”
The entire bill simply stated that “The school board of a school district or the chief executive officer of a chartered public school or public academy shall not adopt, enforce, or implement a policy that requires students or members of the public to wear a facial covering for any purpose while on the school’s property unless the facial covering is necessary for a specific extracurricular or instructional purpose, or is required by some other section of the law.”
Sitting State Representative Michael Yakubovich has announced that he is running for State Senate in District 16. The incumbent Senator is Democrat Kevin Cavanaugh, and the district includes Hooksett, Candia, Raymond, Goffstown, and ward 1 in Manchester. The campaign will hold a sold-out kickoff event at the Taphouse Grille in Hooksett on Thursday evening.
We all learned early in elementary school that in this great ‘land of the free’, we are presumed innocent, and that we are never punished in any way by the government until we are convicted by a jury or until we plead guilty in court. But this could not be further from the truth, as the book explains.
Why is it that NH Republicans believe that creating more unconstitutional legislation is the only way to battle the Democrats? It never works, but merely makes it more tedious and unaffordable for everyday Granite Staters to live in the state.
The point of this innovative idea is to assemble voters for a massively orchestrated write-in campaign as we all work together to create an ideal lineup of candidates for the 2022 election cycle, from the Governor, to the Executive Council, to the Senate, the House, and even the County Sheriffs.
Over the past few years, New Hampshire has gained a reputation as the freest state in the union. More importantly, the state is trending in the direction of liberty, while the other 49 states and the federal government continue to trend towards authoritarianism. One of the very few libertarian policy areas that New Hampshire has failed to lead on is drug decriminalization.
But the education system run by politicians continues to get worse in every way. No matter who is elected and no matter how much pressure parents place on the educators, the system keeps getting worse and never seems to improve in any meaningful way. It is time to get the government completely out of education. Here are the top reasons we must do this as soon as possible: